I often use undisguised everyday objects that have non-artistic functions to create my work. I have printed on recycled material like empty tea-bags and wrappers to create some smaller pieces and some larger ones. Using this material, I can explore variations in composition, repeating patterns, and recurring elements in a deeper way.
Often, my printmaking process involves collaging and sewing.
I want to create a prototype that is rich, edgy and commanding all at once. The resulting images portray a characteristic and contemporary style that invites individual response and interpretation.

Born in France, Christiane Corcelle's career began as a landscape designer in Paris.  Upon moving to the United States, she pursed her passion for fine arts by studying at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. She is a member of several printmakers’ organizations and serve on the Executive Committee of The Boston Printmakers.

Corcelle's artwork has been exhibited throughout the United States, China, Vietnam, and Peru. Her works are in private and public collections, including the Museum of Fine Arts,  the Boston Public Library, the Art Complex Museum, the Vietnam Fine Arts Association in Hanoi, and the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou, China.